had my fingers crossed that I would not be writing about the country defaulting today.
Open a newspaper or flip on the television, and you’ll often be reminded that Nevada is teeming with animal lovers who aren’t shy about having their voices heard.
In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, columnist Dan Henninger declared that the ongoing failure of inner-city schools “remains the greatest moral catastrophe in the political life of the United States.”
Last week the Columbia Journalism Review, a publication that polices journalism practices and policies, ran an article about the use of the terms “gambling” and “gaming” to describe gambling. The Review managed never to take a position on the dispute. In fact, the article appeared to have been written off the top of the author’s head after a trip to Las Vegas with little research.
If they can find a way to get along, Nevada Republicans figure to be in the driver’s seat in the 2014 election cycle.
I absolutely disagree with the need or the wisdom of having a general aviation airport.
WASHINGTON — There’s a certain irony in the Supreme Court remaining open while much of the federal government is shut, for the high court created much of the dysfunction that cripples Washington today.
hat day is it?